The Rendibú Arts Festival has announced its finalist short films, and among them is the one directed by Nayra Sanz Fuentes, Sub Terrae. Next May 18th we will know if it is awarded in the ceremony that will take place at Víctor Villegas Auditorium in Murcia.
The 7th Cinema Perpetuum Mobile International Short Film Festival begins today in Minsk. Sub Terrae has been selected to participate in its section called suRRveillance, so the short film by Nayra Sanz will also be screened in Belarus!
«Sub Terrae» continues traveling through international festivals. Now it will be screened twice in The Globe International Silent Film Festival, a film festival of silent movies or, more specifically, made movies made without dialogues or voice narrations.
This year, the festival is organized for the third time at the University of Wisconsin-Madison with the purpose of focusing “on the picture as the basic structure of cinema as an art”. They point out that “although with the introduction of sound in cinema we have passed that era long ago, silent cinema is still carrying a large portion of avant-garde and artistic films”.
We love to announce that the short film Sub Terrae, produced by Rinoceronte Films and directed by Nayra Sanz Fuentes, has received two awards in recent days: the award for “Best Film” at the Iraq Festival Al-Nahj International Film Festival and the “Special Jury Mention” in Egypt, at the Ismailia International Film Festival.
In Those Lands is the title of the last short film directed by Nayra Sanz Fuentes. This work, produced by Rinoceronte Films, will premiere at the next edition of the DocumentaMadrid festival, which will take place between May 3 and 13, 2018.
We present below the trailer of the short film:
“These lands belong to those who inhabited them, inhabit them and who will one day also occupy them. They condense the relationship between man and nature, violence and culture, the divine and the material, the change and the permanent…”.
Por tercera vez, Sub Terrae se va a proyectar en Italia. Será esta tarde en la ciudad de Urbino, en el marco del 16.º Festival Internazionale di Arte Documentaria e Creazione Audiovisiva – Segni della Notte.
A partir de las 15:00 horas en el Auditorium Collegio Raffaello, dentro del programa 3 de la Competición Internacional de Cortometrajes.
Tomorrow, the twentieth edition of Ismailia International Film Festival begins. The Egyptian city of Ismailia which will welcome the short film Sub Terrae. This is one of the most important documentary and short film festivals in the country, so we are very excited that they have selected the work of Nayra Sanz Fuentes.
It’s only a few days before the 8th Philosophical Film Festival begins in the capital of Macedonia, Skopje. The short film Sub Terrae has been selected from almost 3,000 works to compete for the “Golden Owl” award for Best Short Film, awarded by the jury and the public.
The festival will take place between April 12 and 19, and promises to offer “a unique cinematic journey with some visual poems, a taste of contemplative cinema and some interesting philosophical questions to make you ponder over”.
Ryerson University School of Image Arts celebrates today the third edition of its Moving-Image-Arts International Short Film Festival. This year, the festival explores the theme of “experimental landscapes” in a broad sense, and for that reason its jury has decided to project Sub Terrae, a short film by Nayra Sanz Fuentes produced by Rinoceronte Films.
On the occasion of the ninth edition of IBAFF film festival, where Sub Terrae received the Young IBAFF Award, Nayra Sanz Fuentes, its director, was interviewed. Now we share the video in which she details some ideas about the short film.